Jaeger-LeCoultre’s CEO announced that he sees vast potential for the luxury watch market in Saudi Arabia.
Over the weekend, he met with “esteemed clientele and watch connoisseurs to enlighten them about the company’s diverse selection of watches, especially the Duometre line.
“Being able to share our expertise with the Saudi watch connoisseurs is a true privilege indeed. Building on our strong heritage encompassing about 400 patents that changed the history of fine watchmaking and inventions that have become absolute references, the Grande Maison remains the reference in high-end watchmaking,” he said.
The brand has been at the forefront of fine watchmaking since 1883, and it enriches its legacy through continuous advancements and innocations in its designs. Jaeger-LeCoultre features boutiques in 110 countries.
“Each masterpiece, heir to 179 years of expertise, benefits from cutting-edge technologies while being crafted in harmony with the noblest traditions of the Vallee de Joux. Building on a vast heritage encompassing 1,231 calibers and 398 registered patents, Jaeger-LeCoultre remains the reference in high-end watchmaking,” Lambert said.
Source: Arab News
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